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• You are an experiment of one
• You need to take responsibility over your own health
• Be a little “unrealistic”
Let me tell you a little story about scientific progress. As you probably know (perhaps through first-hand experience), stomach ulcers are an extremely common and irritating condition. This was a matter that top researchers and doctors had investigated thoroughly, and the accepted conclusion was that ulcers were caused by spicy foods, stress, and excess stomach acid. This answer didn’t satisfy a scientist named Barry Marshall.
• Incremental progress is essential
• You should seek evolution, not revolution
• Create a reference point to compare to
The Los Angeles Lakers team of 1986 was widely considered as the team with the most talent ever but this is not what they are remembered for.
With such talent, everybody had high hopes. The celebrated head coach of the LA Lakers, Pat Riley, joked after the season that the basketball pundits considered their team to be one of the best in the long history of basketball. After all, the team had a record of 29 – 5 in the beginning of the 1985-86 NBA season.
You might not have thought it would be the case, but it’s okay to eat food that has been covered with fuzzy mold. However, this is only the case in certain situations.
Food is getting more and more expensive these days, and it’s never good when food is wasted. Naturally, if you see just a little bit of mold growing on your bread or perhaps on the cheese, then you want to be able to salvage the product by scraping it off. However, there are many times when eating food that has mold on it is not recommended and can have negative consequences.
If you’re like most gym-goers, you probably add a couple ab exercises onto the end of each workout (if at all). Yet, many just never seem to be satisfied with their abs. The problem? Working on your abs after your body is already fatigued from your earlier workout.
• Jason’s approach to strength & fitness
• The first step Jason would take if he woke up 300 lb obese tomorrow
• Jason’s personal success story
In today’s podcast I interview the founder of the Renegade Strength Club, Jason Ferruggia.